But what makes up a minimalist garden and how can you be sure to design one?
Take the following quiz to see if you have what it takes to design a minimalist garden:
You need a focal point for your garden, do you choose?
There is a little extra space in the garden once taking away the original fence. Do you…
The most important feature of your garden is…
The overall look of your garden will…
Which would you pick for your family minimalist garden out of the following:
What would be the garden’s primary purpose?
Which of the following would you NOT include in your minimalist garden?
Would you lay an artificial lawn?
What materials will you mainly choose to use in your garden?
How would you best describe the shrubs in your garden design?
Do you have what it takes to design a perfect minimalist garden?
Stick to the day job!
You’re not aware of many features that are required in a minimalist garden, therefore, you may need to carry out further research on what constitutes a minimalist garden before getting out the drawing pad.
Your minimalist garden planning has got potential.
You are familiar with most of the elements required to create an effective minimalist garden and know how to put a garden to use in a minimalistic sense.
You can design a garden that does not require huge maintenance, whilst keeping the area interesting and with a modern theme.
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You’ve got an eye for planning a minimalist garden and pay attention to the features that make-up minimalist garden types.
While you’ve got a natural flow and ebb for minimalist garden design, a professional garden planner like Floral and Hardy could still help with the smaller details within the garden. For example, choosing the right plant for different shades of sunlight.
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